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New Park App: Redwood National Park Tool for iPhone, iPod Touch

Photo by Save the Redwoods League
Photo by Save the Redwoods League

If you’re an iPhone or iPod Touch user, now you can use Redwood Park App, a new application that’s a guide to Redwood National and State Parks. The app showcases many of the park’s hikes and attractions.

Its creators, husband and wife team Reweti and Geneva Wiki, are co-owners of the Historic Requa Inn, a bed and breakfast in the heart of the park.

The app covers 20 of the most popular hikes in Redwood National Park, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, as well as other visitor attractions in the area.

Hike information includes trailhead location, length, difficulty and details on a mile-by-mile basis.

“We were fortunate to have great contributors who knew these trails like the back of their hands and were willing to share that with us” said Geneva.

The couple is donating a portion of each sale to the nonprofit Redwood Parks Association.

The app is $2.99. Learn more about Redwood Park App.

Save the Redwoods League offers an iPhone app as well: Redwood Watch. Get this free app to help us track redwoods as climate changes.


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